LinkedIn, a social network focused on business recently Microsoft bought for a staggering $ 26 billion,
and is now trying to open a new page.
It has now introduced a new section on the online learning with more than 9,000 courses that cover everything from coding and programming for writing and accounting.
Called “LinkedIn learning,” it is built on are taken from the e-learning portal popular, Linda content.
It got the gate again in $ 20.1515 trillion and now finally take full benefit of a large number of courses.
LinkedIn education is an ambitious e-learning portal designed for individuals.
Topics covered include the available business and technology, and creative themes.
The Social Network also added some additional features to make online learning system to work better with the goal of their own business mentality.
As a result,
companies are looking to maintain the training staff and
even educational institutions to explore e-learning courses can take advantage of the gate.
Currently, individuals looking to start learning through LinkedIn to register for excellent service LinkedIn. Once signed up, users will get a Premium 25 new course every week.
You can also learn it for free for a whole month experience.
Employers can and HR managers recommend courses for its employees and then track the performance through analysis LinkedIn products.
Analysis tools can not only monitor the progress of staff but also to look at a wide range of what is being studied as a reference point.
The company also said it will soon release the enterprise-class so that large companies can take the entire employee contributions to their base.
Apart from the e-learning initiative, LinkedIn few other changes were introduced.
Announced update for the site design their own desktop,
which will come with a revamped news sources as well as new messaging features.
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